Employment Help

The Cuba Library wants to help job seekers in their search for employment.  For valuable tips for resumes, interviews, and employment websites, check out these helpful links:

http://www.brainfuse.com/login/csl.asp?a_id=C763DF8D&l=
A comprehensive website which coaches necessary job seeking skills is JobNow!, a service provided by the Chemung County Library District. JobNow! provides expert, individualized help with resume writing, live interview coaching, helpful links, and help with adult education including GED, citizenship test, and computer skills.

www.onetonline.org/ 
Unsure about what you want to do or what type of education or experience is necessary for a career you are interested, check out O*NET OnLine website made for the U.S. Department of Labor.  This comprehensive website has an aptitude test and a detailed description of different careers, their outlooks, and the skills necessary for each.

www.gcflearnfree.org/   
Created by the Goodwill Community Foundation International, Learn Free.org provides free tutorials for a plethora of subjects including computer basics, mathematics, job searching, and reading.  This website can help anyone with any skill level.

www.mynextmove.org/  
Created by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, My Next Move.org is a helpful site for figuring out what you want to do as a career and what you have to do to reach your career goals.

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Additionally, a librarian is available for individualized computer, technological and job searching help.  Office hours are Monday 5:00pm -7:00pm, Tuesday – Thursday 10:00am – 12:00pm. If you would like to meet with a librarian, please schedule a time during these hours.

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